Now that it’s officially summer, do you need some new music to soundtrack your next road trip? Check out these brand new music releases below for plenty of options whatever your musical preferences!
Bassnectar – Noise Vs Beauty
San Francisco-based DJ, producer, and artist Lorin Ashton collaborated with over 50 individuals on his new album, which ranges in scope from “hardcore noise hysteria to lush, ethereal beauty.”
Bernhoft – Islander
Norwegian one-man-band releases a new 11-song LP inspired by Swedish pop, Stevie Wonder, and Carole King,
Foxes – Glorious
GRAMMY-winning Londoner Louisa Rose Allen’s first LP is out in the US today after debuting in the top 5 on the UK album charts earlier this year.
How To Dress Well – What Is This Heart?
Tom Krell releases his highly anticipated and already critically acclaimed new album, which is being heralded as his “most deeply personal work and also his most universal in resonance.”
K. Flay – Life As A Dog
Bay Area alt-indie hip-hop artist releases her sophomore LP, fully funded in just days via a Pledge Music campaign.
Kitten – Kitten
After a series of strong EPs, LA-based electro-pop act Kitten releases its debut full-length via Elektra Records today. Find out more about it via frontwoman Chloe Chaidez’s recent LA Music Blogcast appearance.
Mastodon – Once More ‘Round The Sun
One of the most successful hard rock bands of the past decade releases its sixth full-length today.
Peter Matthew Bauer – Liberation!
Founding member of seminal New York band The Walkmen releases his debut solo album today, which is being described as a “collection of mostly autobiographical songs on the topic of belief and its various incarnations and phenomena.”
SomeKindaWonderful – SomeKindaWonderful
This rock band on the rise recently stunned Mary at The Bootleg. Check out their self-titled debut today, then catch the final show of their residency at the venue this Thursday, June 26th.
Vacationer – Relief
This breezy, R&B-tinged pop collaboration between The Starting Line’s Kenny Vasoli and Body Language’s Matthew Young and Grant Wheeler releases its sophomore effort today.